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Acute right iliac fossa pain in pregnancy: The role of fine-xscatheter peritoneal cytology (case report)



Acute right iliac fossa pain in pregnancy: The role of fine-xscatheter peritoneal cytology (case report)



British Journal of Surgery 79(10): 1105-1105




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DOI: 10.1002/bjs.1800791038


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